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Bulbils of wild garlic

(Photos) Wild garlic blossoms and bulbils

Hoary puccoon at Illinois Beach State Park in Zion.

(Photos) The flowers and the landscape of Illinois Beach State Park

Tiger swallowtail and thistle, Morton Grove's Miami Woods restored tallgrass prairie.

Tiger swallowtail and thistle, Morton Grove's Miami Woods restored tallgrass prairie.

Trillium in Linne Woods in Morton Grove, Illinois. Carl Linnaeus, who later went by the name Carl von Linné, gave trillium its name. Linne Woods was named in honor of the naturalist.

On this day in Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus published his Species Plantarum, a key development of the classification of plants.

The pitcher plant, a carnivorous species, in Illinois where it is endangered

(Photos) Volo Bog, Illinois' only quaking bog

Spiderwort buds

(Photos) Lots of Ohio spiderworts

(Photo) False sunflower - http://marathonpundit.blogspot.com/2015/06/photo-false-sunflower.html

(Photo) False sunflower - http://marathonpundit.blogspot.com/2015/06/photo-false-sunflower.html

Wild garlic blossoms emerging and bulbils

Wild garlic blossoms emerging and bulbils

Purple wild garlic blooms with an ant

(Photos) Wild garlic blossoms and bulbils

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